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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

x\\\ HOME Come to see us 4 We are now located in our new brick on south side of square next door to the Link^Bryant Co, and want you to visit us in our new store. We have just received a new supply of SUNDRIE BASE BALL GOODS Get our prices on these before buying —3 oda Fountains will be in operation in a few days and with the advantage of our new Carbonator we can Supply you with the best there is. PHARMACY StVsS New Brick South Side THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, SI A Yeai HARRISON telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mnnt. Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month If there is ever a time when silence is golden, it is when a man is, mad. There is evil enough in man, God knows; but it is not the mis- sion of every young man and woman to detail and report it all. Keep the atmosphere as pure as possible, and fragrant with gen- tleness and charity. Earn your own bread and see how sweet it will be....

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

R. B. Humphrey. In our announcement column this week will be found the name of R. B. Humphrey of Throck- morton as a candidate for repre- sentative of this the 104 district, subject to the Democratic prim- ary on July 23. Mr. Humphrey has good recommendations from prominent men of his home town who at-test his ability to serye in the capacity to which aspires. He was born in Houston county and io 28 years of age. He has worked on a farm and ranch, carried mail, served as a book- keeper and stenographer and also served as editor of a country paper. Has been engaged in the practice of law since June 1907, and is now serving as county at- torney of Throckmorton coun- ty to which office he was elected in 1908. / A synopsis of his platform fol- lows:— "1 believe in the principles and practices of the Democratic party, and believe that a plat- form demand should be sacredly recognized and complied with. I favor a minimum of legisla- tion, believing that we are best governed when we are le...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

\ Great Sale HOSE 35c Hose for 20c 25c Hose for 12ic 15c Hose for T* NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I am getting ready to move into my new store and selling this stock AT COST most of this goods can not be bought again at prices quoted but I had rather give it to my custom- eas than put it out for drayage. Give us a trial MENS SHIRTS $1.25 Shirts for SlltO 75c Shirts for 50c 65c Shirts for 40c SPECIAL YIEN'S SUITS Ladies coats, shirts and furs at ACTUAL COST Suits that sold for $20.00 now $14.00 Suits that sold for $15. now $10. Suits that sold for $12.50 now $8.00 Ladies fleeced lined union suits 90 and45c Best grade bleached and un- bleached sheeting 30 25c Cotton flannel, outing and domestic 10 -8 c Men's Sweaters that sold for $1.50 now 75and50c Lace curtains, dresser scarfs and table covers $2.750 40c ASPERMONT TEXAS & The Progressive Merchant Counter panes and quilts S1.50 ó 75c These Prices arc Strictly Cash ¡ i yyg ! M m LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh home-made Tom's Cafe. bread at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

SU i f t + + •f i + •f + t Ready for Business We are now open and ready for business, we have just received a nice line of all new and up-to-date Dress Goods such as Japsen, Polkas, French and Per- sian Lawns, Poplins; Soiesette and Pongee. Call and Inspect our Beautiful Line of White Goods and waistings also Band trimmings in the white ecru and Colors. A complete line of Hair Goods, Terban pads, Switches, pins and nets. We also call your attention to our line of clothing. We Handle the Famous I & S Bings Line and can fit you in anything in men and boys Suits and odd pants. We espec- ially invite you to call and look through for Your Selves our line will bear in- spection. w. Aspermont, Texes A Notice, All parties ordering Lee stock food and remedies through us will please call and get same. Respectfully, Farmers Supply Co. B. Y. P. Ü. Program. Our Baptist Purposes Subject—Education. Leader—Mrs. Couch. Song and prayer. Scripture readings, 1 Cor. 2:1-7 2 Peter 3:14:18 and 5:12; 6...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

TO LOAN BY McCord Realty Company ON FARMS AND RANCHES No inspection fee. No attorney's fee. Get your money in five to ten days after approval. If you want money'quick, give us your application this week. Absolutely no charges unless we get your loan. Loans on long time, lew rates and fair dealings. McCord Realty Co. LAND LOAN AND INSURANCE Lee Building Aspermont, Texas. ^ Fresh Meat, Sausage, Ham, Etc. at WILL LOWRY'S MEAT MARKET If you want good meat, give me a trial, and see for yourself. A share of your patronage solicited. First door north P. O. West Side Barber S. C HOPKINS, Prop. FIVE CHAIRS i FIRST-CLASS WORK Hair Cut 35c Shave 4. 15c Tonic 15c Shampoo 3oc Sinsre SATISFACTION THAT SATISFIES Agent HASKELL STEAM LAUNDRY BASKET LEAVES EVERY TUESDAYj RETURNS EVERY FRIDAY GENERAL DIRECTORY District Officers. Culleu C. Higgins, Judge. Jno. D. Hopson, Attorney, K,. 8. Tillotson, Clerk. District Court meets 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in Februry nd August. County Officers. Ernes...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

• '■ - DON'T FORGET THE NAME R. B. Spencer & Co. is the place to buy «ill kinds of building material. Let us figure with you and save you money. Yours truly, J. B. Lipscomb, M'gr. VETERINARY SURG&ON I am permanently located at Aspermont and solicit your business in tjie Veterinary line. Bring your horses and have their teeth worked over. No matter what is the trouble with your stock bring them to me EXAMINATION FREE B. F. EDWARDS at Cottage Hotel J. H. ROLLINS Dealer In I Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. Aspermont, - Texas. $ FOR PURE LIQu- WRITE TO H. BRANN & C V FORT WORTH, TEXAS, They -rill sliip you, express charges prepaid, satisfaction guaranteed or yrtivr money refunded: 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - $3 00 4 <• Caney Creek for - 3 20 4 • 4 American Gold for - 3 50 i % Sresn River for - 4 00 4 «< u Eiil & Hill for 4 00 4 U 11 Braan's Iconoclast for - 4 00 -t w " Bottled in Bond Whiskey 4 00 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1910

..NOTICE.. g H * * We are moving this week to our new quarters* the Carroll rock building. This is two houses thrown together which will enable us to combine our Hardware and Furniture Stores. Thereby making it possible to give our customers better service. S. B. PIERSON After this week we will be in the Carroll rock building one blocK down the street OXOXOXOX0XOXOXOXOXO ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: District Officers $5.00 County Officers 5.00 Precinct Officers 3.00 &srCash In Advance. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primaries. For Judge 39th Judicial District: Jno. B. Thomas. Jno. D. Hopson. For District Attorney, Jas. P. Stinson. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, S. R. Lanier. For Tax Assessor B. F. Gardner J. M. Forgus J. W. Thompson W. L. Davis, J. C. Rash. W. G. Owsley. J. L. Chennault For County and District Clerk R. S. TIllotson For County Judge: J. F. Lee For Representative 104 District: R. B. Humphrey Card of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks and gratitude to the...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

The Asp S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Mar. 31, 1910. No. 12, TEXAS HOSPITALITY One Reason Why we are Glad we Live in Texas When we see such exemplifica- tion of pure and undefiled re- ligion, as was shown toward Tom Jones and family, near Vashti, recently, we are made to feel glad that we are of the south. The following: clipping- from the Bellevue News will explain: JONES WORKING. Owing to so much sickness in his family and two deaths, Tom Jones got so far behind with his work the good people of Vashti and surrounding country met 14th instant to help prepare his crops: 45 men present, 40 work- ed, using 112 horses and mules, and broke 63 acres by 3 o'clock; planted 30 acres corn on ground already prepared by 5 o'clock. They also gaye Mr. Jones $57.75 —Byers Herald. Married. At the Baptist parsonage at 3 p. m. March 24, Mr. Willie Hat- ley and Miss Ellie Holloman were united in the holy bonds of mat- rimony, *Rev. A. T. Ford officiat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

> Come to see us 4 r We are now located in our new brick on south side of square next door to the Link-Bryant Co. and want you to visit us in our new store. We have just received a new supply of SUNDRIES AND BASE BALL GOODS Get our prices on these before buying ^Our Soda Fountains is now in full operation. We can supply you all the latest drinks. Ice Cream every day and Night. Ladies especially invited to call. ASPERMONT PHARMACY New Brick South Side THE ASPERMONT STAR Pybllahed Euery Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, $1 A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month There is an enduring tender- ness in the love of mother for her son that transcends all other affections of the heart. God sends every bird its food, but He does not throw it into the nest. He gives us our daily bread, but it is through our own labor. The voice of duty is neyer still. It whispers to us morning, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

BIG DEAL MADE; SPUR RANCH LEASED Swensons Sell 18,000 Head of Cattle to W. J. Lewis of Clarendon. Fort Worth. March 17.—A big cattle deal was consummated in Fort Worth yesterday, negoti- ations for which have been on several davs, having- started at Stamfor, Texas. In this deal the firm of S. M. Svvedson & Sons of New York; through their State managers, F. S. Hastings of Stamford and Charles A. Jones of Spur, sold to W. J. Lewis of Clarendon, Texas, all of the cat- tle on the Spur Ranch aggregat- ing something like IS,000 head. The terms of the sale ate pri- vate, but the deal will run up to approximately S500.000. In the transfer the Swensons lease to Mr. Lewis the great Spur Ranch embracing some 438.000 acres of land, and by the terms of the contract Mr. Lewis will perpetu- ate the well known Spur brand. In the contract with Mr. Lewis the Swensons reserve the option of selling the Spur farm lands to actual settlers in small tracts, there being no restrictions as to the amount ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

i 'y\ f / / ó ASPERMONT TEXAS & IN OUR NEW QUARTERS Dress Goods There are so many new goods being shown this spring' that is impossible to enumerate them all. However, we are sure we can please you. Gingham Tis- sues, Linen, Suiting, Rajah and spider silk Millinery Wash Goods Our Millinery department has attracted much attention from our lady customers because of the charming creations' we show. Boat shaped Turbans and Toques large sailors with turned up brim effect in fact, anything in late Spring and sum- mer styles jt if Í! fc ! ij }! * ?] \ j ! Í Unusual beauty and elegance distinguish our wash goods this season—You can not fail to find here «what you most want. Dimity, Madras and Lawns in colors that won't fade Skirt Goods Serges in cream, white and Cham- pagne Fancy worsteds and diag- onal weaves, in plain colors, checks, stripes and plaids. Lace Curtains The month of April is the univer- sal house cleaning period and every house keeper will want new curtains. We have some...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

= 4 4 4 + + •f f 4 -f ■f + * f V TRIMMINGS Bandings, Ecru, "White"and ori- ental, Valencene and Torchon laces and insertions swiss cross bar insertions and flouncing SPRINGS LATEST ..FASHIONS.. ; \ - NOTIONS We now have a full and complete line of Collars, Belts, Combs, Bar- ettes, Hair braids," Turban pads and nets WHITE GOODS We have a new and elegant line of Cross bar Persian India Linen and Dainty Lawns, white waistings. SHOES A large and complete as= sor tment for all in low quar- ters, oxfords, men's work shoes and chil= drens school shoes a spec= ialty. DRESS GOODS Prettiest line in the city consisting of Japsene, Polkas, Besays and Egyptian tissues Lawns of all colors SKIRTS AND WASH SUITS The largest line of Ladies skirts at the most reasonable prices call and make selections before the stock is broken. Wash suits that will make your neighbors envious, Investigate GENTS FURNISHINGS Ties in all Colors and Designs in silk wash-goods and Crochets, Half hose to please the young...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

A Fact Plainly Stated. If girls were educated to take dare of themselves, they would not be so ready to marry, and they would marry better, and there would be less trouble— fewer divorces. If they were brought up to work, thev would know how to use the broom, the duster and the roling-pin. There are certain qualities which are just as valuable in the housekeep- er and the mother, as they are in the business man—skill, intel- ligence and good sense. When those qualities are rated a little higher in a woman, domestic machinery will run a good deal smoother, and children will be brought up to fight their own battles and eurn their own bread. We all know what that will mean —less crime, fewer paupers. The press and the loom instead of the prison, the altar, instead of the scaffold. Again and again the question is asked, can a wo- man follow any special calling, and be a good mother? Love is born, so is good sense. The wo- man who has those qualities will be a good mother, whether she is...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

DONT FORGET THE NAME R. B. Spencer & Co. is the place to buy all kinds of building material. Let us figure with you and save you money. Yours truly, J. B. Lipscomb, M'gr VETERINARY SURGEON I am permanently located at Aspermont and solicit your business in the Veterinary line. Bring your horses* and have their teeth worked over. No matter what is the trouble with your stock bring them to me EXAMINATION FREE B. F. EDWARDS at Cottage Hotel J. H. ROLLINS Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. Aspermont, - Texas. 9 FOR PURE LIQUORS WRITE TO H. BRANN & CO FORT WORTH, TEXAS. They will ship you, express charges prepaid, satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded: 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - $3 00 4 (1 " Caney Creek for - - 3 20 4 <1 American Gold for - 3 50 4 i i Sreen River for - 4 00 4 4Í s< Hill & Hill for 4 00 4 U Eraun's Iconoclast fcr - 4 00 4 << " Bottled in Bo ad Whiskey 4 00 to 5 00 J...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

y / t I H % H * * t * Furniture COMING.. We can furnish your home from KITCHEN TO PARLOR S. B. PIERSON In Carroll rock building, west side. Aspermont, Texas oT0lol«loi0i0Xoi iaioioxoioi< >T«X ToxoXOT XOTOTOT^I«TOT®IO ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: District Officers $5.00 County Officers 5.00 Precinct Officers 3.00 B^Casli In Advance. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primaries. For Judge 39th Judicial District: Jno. B. Thomas. Jno. D. Hopson. For District Attorney, Jas. P. Stinson. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, S. R. Lanier. For Tax Assessor B. F. Gardner J. M. Forgus J. W. Thompson W. L. Davis, - J. C. Rash. W. G. Owsley. J. L. Chennault For County and District Clerk R. S. TIllotson For County Judge: J. F. Lee For Treasurer: S. R. Dickey. W. C. Lowry For Representative 104 District to the 32nd legislature, and also, to fill the unexpired term of Hon. D. J. Brookreson in the 31st Legislature: R. B. Humphrey, of Throckmorton county. For Sale. Thoroughbred Single Comb Rhode I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

■ : AN OPEN LETTER G-entlemen * - i Here's a cordial, personal invitation to every man and. young man to visit our store during the next few days and try on, in- spect and otherwise inform himself on the proper styles in men's wear for the Spring and Summer of 1910. We've just opened the first Spring shipment of Schwab's 1910 Clothes and to say that they have "been satisfactorily tailored and styled according to our specifications would he putting it mildly--very mildly. They outclass our fondest expectations and we offer them to you with enthusiastic recommendations as the "best-tailored, "best-fitting, "best all-round, ready-for-service clothes to "be had at the price. As in seasons past,, the Schwab "set-price" Specials at $10, $15, $20 and $25 have the'labels on the sleeve. It's a guarantee tha.t is making a national reputation for quality, honesty in materials and workmanship and leadership in style. You'll find these Schwab Specials on sale only at our store. We want you anSL ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1910

Supplement to the Aspermont Star, Thursday Mar. 3!, R. D. DuVal of Granburv has accepted a position as Lineman for the Stamford & Northwest- ern Telephone Co. at this place. We understand that Mollie- Bailey's show is billed for Asper- mont soon. We are sorry to note that our beloved comrade. C. E. Johnson on last Friday eve made his de- parture from us for Oklahoma, where he will reside untill he thinksof the "one he left behind." Miss Beulah Hodges came in Thursday from Snvder. where she has been on an extended visit to her brother. She is a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hodges. Rev. Victor Trammel, pastor of the Baptist church at Brown- field, returned home Saturday. He came here to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Lipscomb. We have the contract to print the new telephone directories for the Stamford & Northwest- ern Telephone Co. The iob will be in book form, which will be much more attractive and more convenient than the old stvle. War on Cigarettes at Sil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 April 1910

' X The Aspermont Sta S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall G ;., TEXAS, Thursday, Apr. 7, 1910. Better be Careful. Don't you know there is an ordinance against sweeping- pa- per and other trash out into the streets. And don't you know there is a law against leaving your team unhitched in the streets. We wish to call your attention to these ordinances be- fore you are jerked up and fined for violating them, as they are being vioiáting every day. Trash blowing around over our streets not only looks bad but it is liable to frighten teams and cause run- aways. There has been several runaways of late on account of persons not hitching their teams, and it is a dangerous practice, owing to the fact that small chil- dren are frequentlv on the streets and are subjected to dan- ger of being run over and badly hurt or even killed. Don't leave your team unhitched. Don't throw papers or other trash out into the streets. ^ Aspermont vs. Jayton On Friday and Saturday April 15-...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 April 1910

# / ,vS& 9- : Mm t. lÜ l J£w. | Ul ik„ sal .SASüMT i ÉÉp^jpjjj ■Wií is worth more to a business than all other agencies combined. We take special pains to try to please those who trade with us, and at any time our goods or service do not come up to your 1 expectations we shall consider it a personal favor if you will call our attention to the fact >: V What you want when you want it is our motto, and we shall endeavor to make our motto good at all times. Give us a chance at your Drug and Sundry Business x x x x ■ DON't FORGET Our Soda When you want a cool, refreshing beverage or a delicious dish of lee Cream. Prompt service i ñO; and!polite attendants if ' Aspermont I : New South Side THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Ev«ry Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription. A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month One of the chief blessings of every home is good cooking. Make yourself h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 April 1910

JACK CUDAHY AND JERE LILLIS ./ Í 0 A Plain Statement of "High Scandal"—by K. Lamity's Harpoon. i I The rich men and their rich wives seem to be having a hell of a time nowadays. The courts are overloaded with divorce cases, and the atmosphere preg- nant with uplifted lingerie and demolished domestic felicity. These rich men and their wives seem to have entirely lost every vestige of shame or timidity, and rush frantically into public notoriety with skirts and shirt- tails at a dangerous altitude, and brazenly bandy criminations and recriminations with all the sang froid of denizens of the Paris Apache underworld. The sanctity and holiness of a marriage ceremony or contract seems to be used by these high squalers—both men and women —as a license for conjugal de- pravity. Many of these rich wives of our American multi- millionaires seern to think them- selves at liberty to skoot over the country at 2:30 a. m. in their automobiles in company with some other rich woman's hus- band and s...

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